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... hit. The great thing about hitting the smaller or more local
wineries is that they tend not to skimp on the amount of wine samples they dole out.
We started at the Ivanhoe Winery and they gave us 7 samples of white wine before
they even started on the reds. And this was at 9:30 in the morning! We then stopped
at the Brokenwood winery and again we sampled over a dozen different wines. It was
here that Monica and I ...
... for the festival at Tengboche Monastery, I think we may be going to EBC first then the festival on the way back now, find out when I get there. Either way, the stuff below isn't correct anymore but close enough
OK deposit has been paid for the following and flights booked:
Please see the following day by day itinerary for Everest Base camp trek including day city tour in Kathmandu, Mani Rimdu Festival at ...
... arguing with the person serving him that the M2/M7 should link up with the F3. WHO CARES! Not me that is for sure.
Late afternoon and Stacey is already packed and excitedly ready to go . . . she did have an unfair advantage considering her bag has been partially packed for about 6 weeks already. My bag on the other hand has not even been cracked . . . looks like a long night of packing ahead.
Sixteen days does sound a whole lot scarier than '2 weeks and 2 days'.
But only 9 days until I leave this place, this home, this little city I know so well.
16 days until I fly away from my home country. And upon my return from my adventure, I will be settling in New Zealand. So I don't even know when (or even if) I will call my home country my 'home' again.
The final farewells are underway.
I had to bid farewell early to my Tasmania family when I ...
... from school classes and other people who wanted to visit the beach on a workday in the morning…and we in midst of all of this!
Fortunately the city was not so scary and even nice in daylight. We walked around, took some pictures of worthy sightseeings, talked to some boring german girls and left Newcastle behind. Did you know that Newcastle has the biggest export haven of coal in the world? And did you know that Newcastle is exporting sand to Hawaii? Weird mate! Oo ...
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